Web Site Accessibility

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‚ÄčThe APHC is committed to making its website accessible to the widest possible audience, including to individuals with disabilities.

Alternate text: Images on this website provide alternate text descriptions, HTML long descriptions, or captions.

Browser window behavior: All external web sites, all resource files, and all APHC web applications that do not contain website navigation open in new browser windows.

If you are unable to access a piece of information on this website, please contact us. The footer of every web page displays the link, "Report problems with content on this web page," which will open and address an email to our webmaster that contains the address of the page you are on. When contacting us, let us know the nature of your accessibility problem, the web address of the requested information, and your contact information. We are committed to ensuring that you are able to access the information that you need.